IF you or you know someone else who loves a good club night, who happens to have a disability, you might want to ring Monday June 20 in your diary.

The date sees the launch of a brand new weekly event called Involve, presented by T.I.M.E (Therapy in Musical Expression).

The T.I.M.E crew promises to bring revellers live music supplied by a variety of local talent including bands formed of members with varying disabilities; plus a wide variety of music played with a DJ "to take any requests".

It is set to take place at The Edge, in Market Pavement, Town Square every Monday.

Doors open from 7pm until 9pm, with an admission fee of £2.

T.I.M.E. is an Essex based music service run by Marc Barnacle, Robert Fillary, Michael Barnes and Andrew Oakley.

The concept allows participants of all ages, abilities and backgrounds, the opportunity to express and experiment, for their own benefit, within a musical environment.

A variety of therapeutic music sessions are offered on an individual or group basis.

Visit timemusictherapy.co.uk for further information